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After three months underground, Kharkiv residents move as metro reopens

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Russian troops were redeployed to Kharkiv Monday after withdrawing from the axis only 10 days ago. The redeployment of troops indicates Russia's renewed focus on defending against Ukraine's counter offensives in the northeast of the country. Ukrainian authorities Monday also identified a Russian commander who was responsible for indiscriminate shelling in residential settlements.
1 month ago·Kharkiv, Ukraine

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After three months underground, Kharkiv residents move as metro reopens

By Vitalii Hnidyi KHARKIV - Ukraine's second-largest city Kharkiv restarted its metro service on Tuesday and asked the hundreds of people who had used the underground as a bomb shelter for the last three months to free up the train carriages, but many said they were still too scared to return home. Kharkiv came under intense Russian bombardment following Moscow's Feb. 24 invasion,

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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IBTimes

After Three Months Underground, Kharkiv Residents Move As Metro Reopens

Ukraine's second-largest city Kharkiv restarted its metro service on Tuesday and asked the hundreds of people who had used the underground as a bomb shelter for the last three months to free up the train carriages, but many said they were still too scared to return home. Kharkiv came under intense Russian bombardment following Moscow's Feb. 24 invasion, forcing thousands of civilians to flee to the depths of the metro, with some hunkering down l…

1 month ago·United States
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The Globe & Mail

Video: Kharkiv metro to reopen as Donbas battle intensifies

Exactly three months after Russian forces invaded Ukraine, the metro system in the city of Kharkiv - where thousands of residents have been sheltering - was expected to reopen on May 24. Some of its inhabitants say it is too soon, as Russian forces are launching an all-out assault on the country's east. Louisa Naks reports.

1 month ago·Canada
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Observador

Kharkiv metro reactivated exactly three months after the start of the invasion of Ukraine

The objective, according to the mayor, is to “relaunch the economy”. The metro service will be free for the next two weeks.

1 month ago·Portugal
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Le Journal de Montreal

Ukraine: resumption of the metro in Kharkiv, the country's second largest city

After nearly three months of interruption due to the Russian offensive, the Kharkiv metro resumed operation on Tuesday.

1 month ago·Montreal, Canada
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Three months without subway: Kharkiv metro resumed work

On Tuesday morning, May 24, Kharkiv metro resumed work after a three-month break. The first trains arrived at the metro station, reports “Ukraine 24" in Telegram. Mayor of Kharkiv Igor Terekhov noted that the first week of travel will be free. “Three months after the attack...

1 month ago·Kyiv, Ukraine
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